Sea-League Learn to Play: Hockey Basics
It’s never too late to learn to play hockey. The Sea-League is a developmental in-house league for players to improve their fundamental skills and prepare for the Metropolitan Hockey League at their own pace. This program is designed for older kids (10+) new to the game. As with other Learn to Play classes, players will learn the same fundamental hockey skills in a setting for older kids. Players should have completed a Learn to Skate series prior to registering.
What an on-ice session can look like:
- Skating drills
- Puck skills
- Development of hockey IQ
- Small area games
- Game simulation and sense training
- On-ice athleticism
- Cross-ice games
Members of The Depths receive 10% off Sea-League Learn to Play classes. Learn more here.
10-16 years (2005-2011 birth years); co-ed
Learn to Skate: Hockey 2
Kids will have more fun and be better positioned to pick-up hockey skills, if they have completed a Learn to Skate program. If your child has not taken skating lessons, please register for Learn to Skate first.
Recommended skating ability is to be able to fall and stand up without assistance and skate the width of the rink (85 feet) without falling down or assistance.
Kids not able to perform skating fundamentals at the first lesson, may be assigned to an alternative Learn to Skate lesson to better position them for success in LTP in a later session.
Players are required to have a USA Hockey Membership
Series length varies by session. 60-min group classes 1x per week.
New players receive a jersey & socks.
Players must provide their own:
- Helmet with cage
- Gloves, elbow pads, shoulder pads, shin pads, jock/jill, hockey pants
- Hockey stick
- Hockey skates
10-weeks from Oct 4 - Dec 20. (no class week of Nov 22)
- Tuesdays @ 6:30 - 7:30pm
- Saturdays @ 1:45 - 2:45pm
Winter sessions: $468
13-week session starting week of January 3rd
- Thursday @ 7:35 - 8:35pm
- Saturday @ 1:45 - 2:45pm
Flexibility to join late in the session on a pro-rated price, pending availability.
Financial support for youth hockey programming is available through the One Roof Foundation.
Youth hockey couldn’t happen without the parents and community volunteers that help with all facets of the game. We have opportunities for volunteer coaches, team managers, score keepers, clock managers and penalty box managers. A great way to help out and build friendships and community that will last a lifetime.
Learn more about the volunteer commitments, benefits and training by completing the questionnaire or visiting our Volunteers page.